Geeks in Space was a semi-weekly Internet audio show produced from June 1999 to June 2001. The name was a satirical evolution of the previous Pigs in Space. It was hosted by Slashdot employees Rob Malda, Jeff "Hemos" Bates, Jon "CowboyNeal" Pater and Nate "Mix Master" Oostendorp. Drawing from the stories and discussions on Slashdot, the hosts discussed Slashdot, Linux, Open source, and new technology. The audience were primarily Slashdot readers.
The show was recorded by the Slashdot crew in Holland, Michigan, then post-produced by and served from The Sync, a webcast company in Laurel, Maryland.
After the sale of Slashdot to OSDN (now OSTG), the show was put on an indefinite hiatus until they could "figure out how the hell they’ll do it with the hosts on different coasts." The last episode was titled "We’re Really Dancing!".